Sister Wives: Christine Experiences A Big Snowstorm In Flagstaff

Sister Wives: Christine Experiences A Big Snowstorm In Flagstaff

Christine Brown shared that she is glad to be able to stay home after a heavy snowfall came to Flagstaff. It actually looks pretty impressive, and several fans noted that there is more snow in the Arizona town than in Ontario, Canada. Perhaps Kody Brown’s third wife will finally get over the novelty in 2021.

In December 2018, Christine Brown seemed all smiles about the snow in Flagstaff. In fact, we reported that she rushed out and bought a snow blower. She loved the new pleasure of clearing the snow. In that moment, she “bundled up against the cold” and thoroughly enjoyed her chilly job. On her Instagram, she said, “snowblowing, my new favorite activity.” Well, people who live in snowy places told her the fun would soon be over.

Now The Sister Wives star seems less eager to rush outside. On January 25, she shared a photo showing thick accumulated snow. In her caption, Christine wrote, “I’m so grateful I don’t need to drive in this today!!!” And she used the hashtag #stayinside. While the view from her house looks very nice, it looks really chilly out there. And there will probably be more snow the next time she looks outside.

Sister Wives: Christine Experiences A Big Snowstorm In Flagstaff

8 News Now reported that “a major winter storm buried northern Arizona in snow on Monday.” Some snowflakes even reached Las Vegas from the storm system. If you measure the snowfall as water, it amounts to more than “last summer’s monsoon season.” The newspaper noted that more snow would fall at night. And would also reach low-lying areas. But, a cold snap is expected to follow.

In the comments, some people felt Christine was lucky to stay warm and snug at home. Meanwhile, someone trying to get home to Flagstaff said they were experiencing delays because of the bad weather. So they asked Christine to enjoy the scenery for her. One Sister Wives fan remarked: “Having family home & safe .. best way to enjoy the snow.”

Written by Sarah Milner

Sarah Milner is a freelance writer for over 5 years.

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